So How Does This Work Again?
I’ll be honest, gambling confuses me….all the blinking lights and noises coming from the entire facility. However, I do know a little bit about gambling. The Casino itself is a descent size. They have a round bar located in the middle of the room…with relatively cheap drinks actually. I bought a round for 3 people that only came to $10.20. I didn’t see waitresses walking around however, and I don’t believe my friends, who were gambling, received a free drink like you do in many other Casinos, especially in Vegas. A pack of cigarettes also cost $6.50…which is less than what I pay in a Milwaukee bar.
They offered plenty of slot machines. There were probably about 12-15 tables of black jack open, 1 table for roulette, and 1 for craps. I will say that the dealers and the floor managers were very nice (even the guys who fix the machines…I had a great conversation with a gentlemen fixing a slot at the bar).
They also have a club within the Casino….white walls, lots of flashing lights, and plenty of loud music with a techno beat to it. Drinks at the bar are more expensive than the bar in the Casino. And while the Casino closes at 4am, the club closes at 2am. You also can’t bring in any drinks from the Casino into the club (apparently it’s a separate entity).
I also saw a room for what looked like a buffet…but being there at 2am, there was nothing available.
If you like gambling, or are even looking for someplace to go after the bars for a while, this isn’t a bad place to stop at. Again, I’m not a gambler, but I certainly made the best of my time. [more]